29 Fair Use A “doctrine of copyright law that permits limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the copyright holder. It provides for the legal incorporation of copyrighted material into another work under limited conditions” Includes four factors: intended use, nature of the work, portion used, and market impact 17 What can teachers do? Ensure that technology is taught in a way that encourages and engages all students to advocate for equal opportunity and treatment by providing teaching and guidance that overcomes gender-related barriers. Support, especially for female students, in their information technology efforts to create a program of study that is waiting for success. Agenda  survey says!  7 Internet Safety Topics  School Presentation  Cyberbullying Example  And other resources. 25 What can teachers do? Teachers can influence students` interest in technology Be fair and equitable to all students when considering technology, regardless of gender, race, or socioeconomic status Support all students in terms of technology Great job! This blog can really help me learn more about technology. 27 Copyright Copyright is “the legal right of authors to prohibit others from copying their work” 21 What can teachers do? Provide equal access to computers and the internet for all students Advocate for computers in their classrooms and schools and seek grants, donations, etc. Give students more time to use computers at school and incorporate technology into their homework. 18 Minority socio-economic groups face many barriers to the use of information technology, including lack of role models, unconscious stereotypes, misperceptions of interests, and limited access to computers. The 2001 Census Bureau report found that computer use is almost the same among students aged 6 to 17 due to differences in income, race, and ethnicity.24 Teacher bias Many Teachers assume girls are not interested in information technology 19 What can teachers do? Challenge students with higher-level technology activities Provide additional support for students who are not as familiar with technology and Internet use Incorporate technology into their lesson plans 13 Internet Privacy is defined as “the right to be left alone.” However, Internet technology and infrastructure leave users with no choice. Criminal predators use highly creative techniques, including online observation, to discover children. The D answer is correct since only 600000 are available and each project .pdf C:UsersOwnerDocumentscyberbu lling.  Please visit Disciplining Students for a detailed guide on what you can do in your classroom to succeed. 3 Social networks “Social networks” = MySpace, Facebook, etc.

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(Document ID: ). Branch of microbiology concerned with the study of bacteriology bacteria b Accessible learning Students with disabilities or special needs are advised to: 11 Student data The Children`s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) “mandates the development of an Internet safety plan that addresses the unauthorized disclosure, use and dissemination of personally identifying information about minors.” How much personal information is collected about their children.